Sweet Slo-Sippin’ SimpliciTEA Raspberry Rhubarb is a blended Green Tea and Black Tea Duo! The funny thing is I was thinking it was Strawberry Rhubarb but that’s because that used to be my favorite type of pie and I must be hungry for it. Raspberry Rhubarb is just as good and plus I have been gobbling up raspberries like they are going out of style lately!
Enough blabbing and on to the tea, eh? Sweet Slo-Sippin’ SimpliciTEA Raspberry Rhubarb is from Cup of Love. And I’m truly LOVING it!
The Sencha Green Tea is of medium strength and delicious! The Black Tea is second in line and knows how to play well with others. It’s more mellow and quite marvelous in its own right. The dried raspberry pieces are tasty-tart and yummy! The blackberry leaves give it a little extra something – a subtle herb taste. The trio of flowers: Sunflower, Safflower, and Jasmine round it out with a welcomed floral taste. It isn’t a bitter floral flavor but seems to tie everything together.
I have really enjoyed the Sweet Slo-Sippin Series Cup of Love is offering and looking forward to any new flavors they come up with!
Here’s the scoop!
Leaf Type: Green/Black Tea Blend
Where to Buy: Cup of Love
Down-homespun-goodness! Imagine picking raspberries and rhubarb, and baking them into a delicious pie, and then pouring it into a tall glass of front porch, sun-brewed iced tea. It‘ll knock your socks off! That is…iffin’ you wearin’ any.
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Dream Holiday Destination is the topic for Vegan MoFo today. Wouldn’t it be a dream to have high tea in a garden in England with all the accessories, hats, and gorgeous tea settings? Sounds pretty dreamy to me! So Garden of England Afternoon Tea is the perfect fit for today’s post.
Garden of England Afternoon Tea from Kent & Sussex Tea & Coffee Co is that tea of the moment here at The Sororitea Sisters!
This tea is made up of Loose blend of Black and Green Orthodox Tea as the blended base. The origins of the teas found in this base are Assam and Nilgiri, India, Zhejiang Province, China and Nuwara Eliya, Dimbula and Uva, Ceylon. And more specifically Black Teas from India and Ceylon, Green Tea from China, Natural flavouring, Cornflowers and Safflowers. Garden of England Afternoon Tea from Kent & Sussex Tea & Coffee Co is worldly, aromatic, and tasty!
Garden of England Afternoon Tea from Kent & Sussex Tea & Coffee Co is fruity, floral, and earthy. There are hints in both taste and smell of Black Currants. The aftertaste is more floral than the front of the sip and it lingers nicely. This also stands up to a 2nd infusion well. The black and green tea ratios work hand in hand with each other and neither is too overpowering. Nor is the flavorings overpowering the blended black and green tea base. Tempting and tasty – Garden of England Afternoon Tea from Kent & Sussex Tea & Coffee Co – is a goody!
Here’s the scoop!
Leaf Type: Green/Black Tea
Where to Buy: Kent & Sussex Tea & Coffee Co
Using a blend of teas from all over Asia, it creates a complex blend of sweet, floral and malty notes. The mixture of the delicate addition of blackcurrant softens with otherwise slightly astringent blend, to a sweet, well rounded tea that would compliment Afternoon Tea or Cream Teas on a warm summers day.
Type of Tea– Loose blend of Black and Green Orthodox Tea.
Origin– Assam and Nilgiri, India, Zhejiang Province, China and Nuwara Eliya, Dimbula and Uva, Ceylon.
Ingredients– Black Teas from India and Ceylon, Green Tea from China, Natural flavouring, Cornflowers and Safflowers